They say this money is to display the suit. Though they then go on to say that it will be better maintained through documentation of its current state and research into its history if you fund it.
cute, but there is this thing called the tragedy of the commons and it would prevent you're idea from working. It's also pretty inefficient for me to have to consider each part of the federal budget and give it a thumbs up or down.
Good idea. The IRS traditionally doesn't go after the rich for their full taxes because they hire good lawyers and it takes about 10 years to get a settlement. But I'd throw in money to go after billionaires tax cheats.
Most likely? I've got some beach front property I'd like to sell you.
To date, the courts have not been kind when someone actually stood up and challenged bullshit DMCA requests.
That's disappointing. Can you share some examples?
are you sure you know what sui generis means?
This may surprise you, but Gruber does not get a pen at markup and his intentions are not legislative intentions.
It's not walled gardens, Apple actually lets you control the privacy settings on your device.
I might also mention that while I have a camera in my smart phones, I prefer my point and shoot or DSLR.
While the current gen of phones do take pictures perhaps even better than the point and shoots of old they aren't really up to snuff relative to the current gen of point and shoots, the GoPro. Also, neither can touch the DSLR for image quality. But the DSLR is really heavy and expensive enough that you have to think about theft whenever you have it outside of the house, so it's a real pain.
I think it's really interesting how I'm moderated for this. 50% interesting 30% overrated and 20% troll. There is a lot of passion here about me being wrong.
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Supply management is an interesting application. But is it even close to happening? I'd say RFID might make it possible but I don't think you can check multiple RFIDs at once.
The Internet of Things is something Bill Gates wrote about 20 years ago and it's about as close to reality as it was then. The real issue is that we need an embeddable computer that runs Windows (don't laugh, it's what people know) and costs about $0.05, maybe $0.25 is good enough, but I doubt it. Then We'll start to see the Internet of Things take off.
I have literally zero things that are not internet enabled that I wish were internet enabled. If someone offered me an enabled and non-enabled device I'd take the non-enabled device every time. It's one fewer thing to break and my device is that much less likely to get hacked and broken.
So, basically, it will have to get to the point where everything is enabled for me to buy these things. That will happen when a computer costs basically nothing $0.05 is basically nothing.
It certainly is your option to not have a federal job. I've had three employers over the last decade and all three have lost my PII, not sure how different it is.
There are several other problems.
1) When you come back to enter more data and expect the fields to be populated (the form takes a day or two to fill out the first time).
2) When you need access to something and the manager of that element has to look at your file to approve it.
3) When you get a new security manager and they have to approve it.
Your basically taking us back to the paper office days. In that time it was really easy to not put two and two together because cross referencing information was really hard.
When you go fill out the SF-86 they populate it with the information from the last time you filled it out. It makes the process faster.